Antionette (Toni) Lynn Miller

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Antionette (Toni) Lynn Miller

Antionette (Toni) Lynn Miller was born in Lincolnton, North Carolina, on March 26, 1945, and passed in her home on Aug. 5, 2022, in Yukon, Oklahoma, at the age of 77. Her parents were Col. Robert E. Miller (Ret.) and Isabelle L. (Hartman) Miller, both of Kansas City, Missouri.

She is survived by sisters, Sharron Miller and Theresa Maun; as well as three children, Robert Scott Waugh, Deseree Lynn Boutwell and Richard Kelly Reed; eight grandchildren; and six great grandchildren.

Lynn attended Sandia High School, Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she was an honors student, involved in Rainbow Girls, Eastern Star and Pioneers. She taught swimming and was an avid swimmer throughout her life.

After her family moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, Lynn studied nursing at the University of Las Vegas and was head student secretary of the Business Administration Office. While in Las Vegas, Lynn was an editor of the Las Vegas Sun and ran the Good Times motorcycle shop.

Relocating to Tulsa, Oklahoma, with her family, she worked at the Broken Arrow Board of Education and then for a noted heart surgeon, facilitating Indian healthcare by implementing cutting edge coding as well serving as a cherished volunteer at St. Francis Hospital.

Lynn was a talented china painter, porcelain artist and created reproduction antique dolls. She developed mixed media porcelain and fabric nativity sets that are displayed in famous museums.

As an enthusiastic researcher in genealogy, Lynn belonged to the Tulsa chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Daughters of 1812, Colonial Dames of XVII Century, Daughters of the Confederacy, Civil War reenactment group of the Trans Mississippi Rifles women’s auxiliary and embraced her Scottish roots.

Her favorite past times were gardening, knitting, reading British and Egyptian mysteries and listening to Hawaiian music. Lynn converted to Catholicism and was a member of St. Vincent de Paul in Coweta, Oklahoma. Lynn was a beloved, respected and beautiful person that fought a valiant battle with breast cancer for over 20 years. We will miss her loving and generous spirit.

As she wished, her body was cremated by Yanda and Son Funeral Home in Yukon, Oklahoma, and her remains were spread with her loved ones who preceded her on her journey through life.

Online condolences may be signed at www.yandafuneral.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Yanda & Son Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Yukon, Oklahoma.